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FREE LESSON PLANS & RESOURCES
What is violence?
A free tutorial to understand ‘what is violence?’ Great preparatory work for your pupils ahead of a SAV workshop.
Stay Safe Tips Poster KS2
A free personal safety poster for key stage 2
Stay Safe Tips Poster KS3/KS4
A free personal safety poster for KS3/4
Preventing Violence KS3/KS4 Lessons
A one hour PSHE lesson suitable for KS3 or KS4 focusing on a case study of violent incident. Pupils explore the consequences for the victim. They look at the triggers of the violence for the offender and the red flags, for the victim, that the situation was becoming violent. Pupils go on to consider trigger and red flags in the scenario of a fight at school.
National Day of Non-Violence Assembly KS3/KS4
National Day of Non-Violence is on the
and marks the anniversary of SAV.
This assembly is targeted at KS3/KS4 and addresses the issues of Non-Violence and Peace.
Top Tips: Teaching Emotive Subjects
Our teachers top tips for teaching topics which are sensitive or emotive. We’ve put these together based on our work delivering our violence and other workshops.
Bullying Infographic Poster
Download our bullying awareness infographic poster for you staff room or class room.
RESEARCH & PAPERS
Evaluation of the Stand Against Violence Workshop
SAV workshops have been shown to make young people less likely to resort to violence as a means of conflict resolution. Read the Centre for Public Health’s evaluation of our workshops here.
Stand Against Violence Whitepaper
This white paper has reviewed many credible sources of information and the evidence bases available. We have attempted to make this accessible and understandable to the masses as so much of the information out there is fractured and incomparable.